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Jenny Watts jwatts at mail.wsu.edu
Sat Sep 9 09:51:56 EST 2000


Postdoctoral position:  C. elegans membrane structure and function

An NIH funded postdoctoral position is available in John Browse's lab at
Washington State University in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.  We have
identified a number of genes and mutants involved in the synthesis of
polyunsaturated fatty acids and are using the mutants to study the
relationship between lipid structure and membrane function in C. elegans.
The Institute of Biological Chemistry provides a strong environment for
research with state of the art facilities and over 100 scientists engaged
in molecular and biochemical research.  Preference will be given to
applicants with experience in genetics of model organisms, development,
molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology, or neurobiology.  For
further information, please contact Jenny Watts (509-335-2337,
jwatts at mail.wsu.edu) or John Browse (509-335-2293, jab at wsu.edu).  To apply
for the position, please mail, fax or email a CV and the contact
information for three references to:

John Browse
Institute of Biological Chemistry
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-6340

FAX:  509-335-7643

Email:  jab at wsu.edu

Tel:  509-335-2293

Washington State University is an equal opportunity employer.



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